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South Bay

  1. Coming Soon
    Made by Meg’s Meg Hall Opening Six-Seat Cafe in Redondo BeachThe caterer will feature sandwiches and trippy dishes in the tiny storefront.
  2. Foodievents
    Evening Under the Stars: 28 Restaurants, 80 Wines, and The One and Only Kenny G.The South Bay food and wine event has a special guest planned.
  3. Openings
    Capriotti’s Bringing Thanksgiving Sandwiches to Torrance, Open MondayThe franchised Delaware chain thrives on the reputation of its house-roasted turkey.
  4. The Other Critics
    Virbila Gets a Parking Ticket at Momed; Jonathan Gold Has a Little Lamb atL.A. Times loves Alex Sarkissian and his menu, but can’t stand the parking situation, while L.A. Weekly looks at Uyghur cuisine in San Gabriel.
  5. Freebies
    Where Having A Cow Gets Your Meal CompedChick-Fil-A offers “cow appreciation day” with free chicken.
  6. TV Land
    Where to Watch Gordon Ramsay Scream at a South Bay RestaurantLido di Manhattan will appear on Kitchen Nightmares tonight.
  7. Menus
    Rare Becker Lane Pork Makes Cafe Pierre Go ‘Hog Wild’Chef Remi Lauvand has secured one of 80 rare pigs for a three-course dinner.
  8. The Other Critics
    The Gorbals Gives Gold Good Pub Grub; La Cachette Bistro Blows It with VirbilaIlan Hall’s small restaurant gets good grades with two critics.
  9. Mediavore
    Rachel Ray Goes Royal for Mardi Gras; South Bay Thieves Target Top-Shelf LiquorA celeb chef nabs a hot seat in New Orleans and booze-boosting crooks show exquisite taste.
  10. Reopenings
    Sunnin Finally Occupies New HomeA popular Lebanese restaurant gets a new home in Westwood.
  11. Openings
    A ‘More Traditional’ Gonpachi Expands to Torrance, Open FridayA Japanese restaurant becomes more Japanese with its next location.
  12. Crime Scenes
    Club Sushi Owners Plead ‘Not Guilty’A successful restaurant-owning couple faces charges of fraud in The South Bay.
  13. Menus
    What To Eat From Cafe Pierre’s New Menu by Chef Remi LauvandA veteran chef finds a new home and a veteran South Bay restaurant gets a new menu.
  14. The Other Critics
    Virbila Finds Bistro LQ A ‘Mixed Bag"; Rosa Mex Too Mild For LosS. Irene Virbila isn’t blown away by Laurent Quenioux’s place and L.A. Mag thinks Rosa Mexicano lacks heat.
  15. User’s Guide
    How to Eat Better Than the Dead for Dia de los MuertosWhere to eat during Day of the Dead/Dia de los Muertos.
  16. The Other Critics
    J. Gold Teaches East L.A. Burritos 101; Virbila Is Smitten by StefanJonathan Gold tells L.A. what a burrito is, while L.A. Times finds Stefan Richter is brilliant by staying safe.
  17. Mediavore
    The Counter Flops in Utah; Hunger Rises GloballyThe Counter’s Utah store is closing after just a year, and worldwide hunger has grown.
  18. Oenophile
    BevMo Lets You Sample $6,000 Cognac This SaturdayBevMo invites you and 90 wine, spirit, and beer makers to celebrate their 100th store in Torrance.
  19. Dinners
    Maui’s Only Microbrewery Hits Hudson House Next MondayHawaiian beer joins South Bay gastro pub fare in Redondo Beach.
  20. The Other Critics
    Sunset Malibu Splits Virbila’s Affections; Rosa Mexicano Overcomes Gold’sSunset Malibu gets a split review from Virbila, while Rosa Mexicano wins some respect from a protective J. Gold.
  21. Empire Building
    Mr. Cecil’s Ribs Are Tickled by Manhattan Beach EconomyA new Mr. Cecil’s California Ribs opens in Manhattan Beach, where the owner sees dollar signs.
  22. The Other Critics
    Cache Catches Two and a Half Stars; Noir Brightens PasadenaThe L.A. Times enjoys Cache’s simple preparation, while Gold discovers surprises at Pasadena’s Noir.
  23. The Other Critics
    The L.A. Times Enjoys Stefan Richter’s Small Plates; Feniger’s StreetVirbila takes a shine to Stefan’s at L.A. Farm, while J. Gold reviews Susan Feniger’s first solo restaurant.
  24. Lunch
    $15 Lunch Special Hits South BayShade’s got a big lunch deal at Zinc Bar.